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Kylie Minogue has surprised fans at a festival in London to join Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds on stage for a rare live performance of their 1995 duet where The Wild Roses Grow.

The crowd erupted in cheers as the Cave of the presentation of his Australian team mate, with the couple embracing before the duo.

Where The Wild Roses Grow, a number 11 hit in 1995, remains one of the most leftfield moments of Kylie’s career.

The singers first sang together at the Feile Festival in Cork in 1995.

There was another version in the ” T ” in the Park festival in Scotland that year -, but did not appear together on stage for several years before Kylie appeared for the encore of the Cave of the show at London Koko club in 2013.

It is, by far, the most successful single of the Cave and his band. Written by Cave himself, which originally appeared on their 1996 album Murder Ballads, a collection of songs centred on the theme of the killing.

After seeing the performance, in which All the Points of This festival in the Victoria Park in east London, the Twitter user @MrAlexLawson describes the pair as “spectacular”, while @hayleybowcock said that his life was now “complete”.Kylie Minogue turns 50: the Neighbors Of the stardom pop

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Despite the fact that the song never appeared on one of Kylie of studio albums, is included on three of his greatest hits compilations, and is credited with helping transform its public image of novelty pop star to serious musician in the years after she ended her association with pop hitmakers Stock, Aitken and Waterman.

The grim video of the famous song featured Kylie, complete with dark red hair, singing while it is submerged in a river and relive the details of her character Eliza Day of the murder.

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The cave is also performed hits including In My Arms and Once More With the Feeling that the festival closed on Sunday night, before a stage of the invasion, at the peak of its performance.

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